Radiator Heater Keeps Your Food Warm
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Radiator Heater Keeps Your Food Warm

Natural Wave” is a clever little ceremic plate that sits perfectly on top of an old radiator and it was designed by Byung-seok You. It’s got places to set your coffee, tea, milk and other breakfast items to keep them warm without having to use another heating device like a microwave or oven. “Natural Wave” for now is just a concept that looks really good and can make it those old rusty radiators look a lot better. – Via – Boingboing Gadgets & Geeklogie

“Natural Wave” is a clever little ceremic plate that sits perfectly on top of an old radiator and it was designed by Byung-seok You. It’s got places to set your coffee, tea, milk and other breakfast items to keep them warm without having to use another heating device like a microwave or oven. “Natural Wave” […]

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5 comments

  • Micky Ward November 14, 2007 at 12:00 PM Login to Reply →

    But how do I get a radiator in my house? haha

    Steam heat is the way to go. good for the sinuses.

  • Chris November 14, 2007 at 23:35 PM Login to Reply →

    It’s amazing how fast this shows up on 100 blogs without any hint as to when or where it might be available to consumers.

  • [...] Cool idea if you have these old heaters. [...]

  • Craig November 16, 2007 at 01:30 AM Login to Reply →

    This isn’t really anything new. Around the beginning of the 1900s similar (and more elaborate) devices were present in many middle class homes.

    Still, a great idea to bring this type of common sense back.

  • d November 16, 2007 at 06:53 AM Login to Reply →

    That’s because it’s fucking stupid.